Walking New York is a painted relief that measures 8' x 350'. It hangs in JFK's new Terminal 4 in the Immigration Hall. Diller & Scofidio and Harry Roseman also made permanent pieces for Terminal 4: as a group, we received the Municipal Arts Society Award for "Best Public Art of 2001".



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28 panels comprise the relief: they depict scenes of the 5 boroughs of New York City that I am particularly fond of, scenes that I thought a visitor or an immigrant would especially remember. Each individual panel: Forton & Pigment, 8.5 x 10.5’:

Walking New York

Faces of NY

York Street Station

Manhattan Bridge

Korean Deli

Crosswalk at 34th St

Flea Market on 42nd St

Times Square

Bronx Playground

Garment Workers in Dumbo

Bryant Park

#7 Train, Queens

Drummer at 44th Street

Morris Avenue, the Bronx

Wall Street

Wall Street

Dinner in the Sculptor’s Studio

Snug Harbor

Cranes on 45th Street

Botanica, African Vegetable Market

Chinese Fish Market

Wedding Under the Brooklyn Bridge

Bicycles on 5th Avenue

Empire State Building

Basketball on W.4th Street

Yankees Parade

Grand Central Station

Jacob Riis Park

Jacob Riis Park